The Stacks Book Club — March 2020

Enough with new releases, we’re doing a little backlist action this March. Not just backlist, but nonfiction backlist. Don’t get intimidated, get excited!

On March 11th, we’re reading a classic by Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider. This book is a collection of essays and speeches positioned at the intersection of race and class, gender and sexuality. The book was originally published in 1984, and stands the test of time, speaking to issues what we are still grappling with today.

Then we’re reading So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson on March 25th. This book from 2015 examines the earliest days of this new age of public shaming on social media, a phenomenon we’ve now come to know as “cancel culture”. The book looks at the process of shaming and how it works.

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